The cat is not going anywhere, but a designer is hoping to get her head on a cat display and show it off to the public for the very first time.
A cat is the ultimate collector’s item, but one who does not appreciate its condition will not find much comfort in the comfort of its cage.
That’s what designer and cat lover Melissa O’Neil hopes to show the public with her Catface, a new cat-themed store in Portland.
O’Neil says her goal is to make cat owners happy by offering them something to look forward to in a cat-friendly environment.
O’then’s new store, Catface (1203 NW 4th Ave., Portland, OR 97202), will feature several different cat-related items, such as an oversized cat head that can be hung on a wall, and a special cat-shaped cat sculpture.
Catface will also include an interactive cat sculpture that allows people to interact with the cat, with the goal of getting the cat’s face into the public eye.
The shop will offer a variety of cat-oriented accessories, such the Catface Pet Book, an all-in-one cat care guide, a cat bed that fits the owner’s size, and cat-specific furniture.
O’mens shop will be open for a limited time starting at 10 a.m. on Saturday and Sunday, and will close on Wednesday, Dec. 21.